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Voyage To Inner Space - Exploring the Seas With NOAA Collect
Catalog of Images

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At the end of the rainbow. . .R/V Kila and Makalii submersible.
7701 thumbnail picture
Beaver submersible and support ship underway.
1974
7702 thumbnail picture
Nitrox gas mixing system and recompression chamber.
1988
7703 thumbnail picture
Converted fishing vessel/life support barge for Aquarius habitat at dock..
St. Croix, USVI
7704 thumbnail picture
Scuba locker at the shore base for the Aquarius undersea lab in St. Croix.
St. Croix, USVI 1982 November
7705 thumbnail picture
Offshore St. Croix near the site of the West Indies Lab and Aquarius habitat.
St. Croix, USVI
7706 thumbnail picture
Pressure test on the shore base recompression chamber, Aquarius habitat program.
St. Croix, USVI
7707 thumbnail picture
Damage from Hurricane Hugo at the Aquarius habitat shore base in St. Croix.
St. Croix, USVI 1989 October
7708 thumbnail picture
Undersea habitat assembly, cylinders and spheres withstand pressure.
7709 thumbnail picture
Experimental recompression chambers allow studies of hyperbaric conditions.
1985 December
7710 thumbnail picture
Shipboard recompression chamber on the R/V Lulu during FLARE project.
7711 thumbnail picture
Snug Harbor, Hawaii, home to the NURP Hawaii and Pacific center and Pisces sub.
7712 thumbnail picture
R/V Keldish, mother ship for the MIRs subs.
7713 thumbnail picture
R/V Seahawk, former surface supplied support ship for NURP's southeast center.,
North Carolina
7714 thumbnail picture
One person Drager recompression chamber.
7715 thumbnail picture
NURP's Caribbean Marine Research Center on Lee Stocking Island, Bahamas.
Bahama Islands, Lee Stocking Island
7716 thumbnail picture
Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute's R/V Seward Johnson and JSL sub.
7717 thumbnail picture
Snug Harbor Hawaii, field base for the Hawaii Undersea Research Lab.
7718 thumbnail picture
R/V Natsushima, Japan's support ship for the SHINKAI subs.
7719 thumbnail picture
Rutgers Univ. field station at Tuckerton NJ, shore base for the LEO observatory.
Tuckerton, New Jersey October 1995
7720 thumbnail picture
Kaimikai-O-Kanaloa (KoK) is mother ship for the Pisces V sub.
7721 thumbnail picture
Bill High, former HYDROLAB aquanaut and NMFS scientist.
7722 thumbnail picture
Elliott Finkle, NURP director during the 1980s.
7723 thumbnail picture
First all female saturation team in training for TEKTITE, 1970.
7724 thumbnail picture
Elliott Finkle
7725 thumbnail picture
TEKTITE II all female team in crews quarters, including Sylvia Earle (b&w suit).
1970
7726 thumbnail picture
R. Cooper, R. Slater, and J. Uzmann (l-r) view sub tapes from submarine canyon.
New England continental slope 1974 September
7727 thumbnail picture
Description not available.
7728 thumbnail picture
In 1970, all female team performed as well as males in scientific sat mission.
1970
7729 thumbnail picture
Description not available.
7730 thumbnail picture
Life in an undersea habitat.
7731 thumbnail picture
Dr. Morgan Wells, former NOAA Dive Prog. Dir., Jim Miller and Jean Jaubert, a French biologist from the Laboratory of General Biology, Nice, France. (r-l).
7732 thumbnail picture
R. Clifford prepares A. Bryson for dive to Jeffries Ledge off Mass.
New England, Jeffries Ledge 1973 October
7733 thumbnail picture
TEKTITE II all-female team, led by S. Earle (far rgt), in rebreather training.
1970
7734 thumbnail picture
SEALAB's "Poppa Topside" and father of saturation diving, George F. Bond.
7735 thumbnail picture
Cliff Newell (lft), former NOAA Dive Prog. Dir. & German diver during HELGOLAND.
New England, Jeffries Ledge 1976 May
7736 thumbnail picture
I. Kobleck talking with topside during saturation.
1975
7737 thumbnail picture
R. Cooper displays rebreather (electro-lung) during New England lobster project.
1972
7738 thumbnail picture
HELGOLAND aquanauts R. Cooper (red) and A. Waterfield (blk) at the surface.
New England, Jeffries Ledge 1973 August
7739 thumbnail picture
AQUARIUS undersea lab in Salt River Canyon.
St. Croix, USVI
7740 thumbnail picture
HYDROLAB undersea habitat off Grand Bahama Island.
Grand Bahama Island
7741 thumbnail picture
Bushnell's TURTLE used to place explosives to British ships in 1776.
7742 thumbnail picture
Inside HYDROLAB habitat.
7743 thumbnail picture
Navy's Deep Sea Rescue Vehicle, DSRV-1, used to assist the submarine fleet.
7744 thumbnail picture
SEALAB III, last of the Navy's undersea habitats, circa 1969.
7745 thumbnail picture
Bathyscathe, TRIESTE II, dove to over 13,000 feet in the late 1960s.
7746 thumbnail picture
Navy's nuclear research sub NR-1 still operates out of Groton, CT.
7747 thumbnail picture
Diver exits Navy Mark I Personnel Transfer Capsule (PTC).
7748 thumbnail picture
Personnel Transfer Capsule (PTC) is used to evacuate undersea habitats.
7749 thumbnail picture
DEEPSTAR 2000 submersible launched in 1969 by Westinghouse.

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